Skoda has registered its entry into the electric car market with the Skoda Vision iV concept. It is a vehicle modeled on Volkswagen’s Modular Electric Drive Kit (MEB) platform, focused on riding on the futuristic ideology of electric vehicle driving.
One of the most outstanding characteristics of the Skoda Vision iV is the innovativeness of both the interior and the exterior. It is here that you are graced with specs such as gesture control for the infotainment system, a set of up-to-date autonomous driving sensational gear that prides of Level 3 technology. Actually, it is one of the most reliable autonomous driving setups with very intriguing monitoring system just in case the driver falls too far off from instructions.
The Skoda Vision iV has also taken a cue from the latest technology that prefers to leave outdoor handles. The upholstery utilizes eco-friendly Ultrasuede material. With swivel seats fitted carefully in the cabin, you have a site to behold, though this element may not go down to production.
Skoda says this car can hit a maximum 310 miles(500km) with one charge, which goes significantly beyond the 200 miles that have been claimed by in many EV cars that are top ranging. This power comes from an 83-kWh lithium-ion battery, while the motors produce a total of 225 kW. In the end, the Skoda iV pulls 302 horsepower. We can’t wait to test this car and tell you what it really is like to bend on corners.
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